Watching This Week #104
An abbreviated newsletter with updated listings for March 20-26, 2023.
Newly-announced winter pickups for the Canadian broadcast networks, plus news about "The Ipcress File" and more.
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Welcome to the semicentennial edition of This Week in WCIW, the weekly newsletter from Where Can I Watch – covering the latest news on where TV shows and movies will be available in Canada – for the week of December 20, 2021.
There is some news this week about shows like The Ipcress File and some additional shows coming to the Canadian broadcast networks – but the news is continuing to slow as we move further into the holiday season.
But first, some housekeeping: barring significant news, there won't be a regular newsletter for the next couple of Mondays. However, we are planning to send out our streaming and TV programming guide for January just before the end of the month, so watch your inbox for that.
We've made a couple of minor updates to our December guide, mostly to update and clarify the nature of some programs that we didn't have much information about before. We've also made some overdue updates to the data for some films in our movie streaming rights database for paid subscribers.
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